In order to begin with this program, we will begin with the mountain Pisco 5752mt, as acclimatization readily accessible and soon we to ascend to the mountain Huascaran 6768mt.Huascaran is Peru's highest mountain; its two summits are separated by an enormous col, the Garganta, which is gained by climbing along the edge of a tumbling icefall.
Day 1: Huaraz _ Llanganuco _ Base Camp Pisco at (4300mt)
We head out past the beautiful Llanganuco lakes and on to the trailhead where we load our donkeys and ascend to the Pisco Base Camp.
Day 2: Base Camp Pisco _ Moraine Camp at (4765mt)
Climb from Cave to Moraine Camp (4765mt).This climb crosses a challenging rock glacier before climbing steeply into camp in a small sandy basin just below the toe of the glacier.
Day 3: Moraine Camp _ Summit Pisco (5750mt) _ Base Camp at (4300mt)
Summit day! Wake at 3:00am and after a light breakfast depart for the summit. Arrive at the summit about 7am and discover why everyone talks about the view! Return to camp and continue on back down to the Base Camp
Day 4: Base Camp _ Return to Huaraz
We trek out to Llanganuco and then return to Huaraz.Time to relax after the climbing and celebrate.
Day 5: Free day in Huaraz, and Preparations for Huascaran Climbing
Day 6: Huaraz _ Musho _ Base Camp Huascarán at (4100mt)
Leave for the town of Musho around 8am after picking up fresh supplies. Load the donkeys and hike to the base camp of Huascarán.
Day 7: Base Camp _ Camp 1 Huascarán at (4800mt)
In order to establish ourselves on the mountain, with sufficient food to last for the duration of the ascent, we will carry light loads to camp 1. This will also be an essential day to improve and extend our acclimatization for altitudes that we will not have encountered, so far, on the expedition. A short rock scramble behind base camp leads onto an expanse of open rock slabs. These slabs provide a fascinating walk, which leads across the front of the mountain to a place where access to the glacier can be gained more easily.
Day 8: Camp 1_ Camp 2 Huascarán at (5950mt)
Today we will climb the Garganta Icefall to the Col between Huascarán North and South summits. This will be the crux of the climb. The snow and ice on this part of the climb varies greatly from year to year but the guides will already know what to expect. From here, we will have a clear view of the remaining route to the summit.
Day 9: Camp 2 _ Summit Huascarán (6768mt) _Camp 1
Summit day! Again you'll start early, leaving camp around 2:00am for the summit ascent, arriving back at camp around 2:00pm. After a break and some warm food, you'll continue the descent to Camp One.
Day 10: Camp 1 _ Base Camp Huascarán at (4100mt)
Descend from camp 1 to base camp. Time: 3 to 4 hours.
Day 11: Base Camp _ Musho _ Return to Huaraz
From base camp, we will descend to Musho to be met by the transport. Our vehicles will be a welcome sight, especially as they will whisk us back to Huaraz and the comforts of our hotel. Tonight will be a night to celebrate and to thank our guides and porters for their help in making the trip a success.
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In the Price Includes:
- UIAGM mountain guide
- Assistant climbing guides for more clients
- Experienced Cook
- Experienced climbing porters
- Camp Guard
- Donkeys and donkey drivers
- Meals (breakfast, all snacks, lunch, afternoon tea, large dinner) during the Climbs
- Tents (personal tent, dining tent with table and chairs, kitchen tent and toilet tent)
- Personal tents for clients & personals
- All cooking equipment, plates, cups, utensils etc.
- Private Transfer during climbing (go and back)
Price does Not Include:
- Transfer from airport to hotel
- Transfer from Lima / Huaraz / Lima
- Personal Equipment of climbing
- Tours acclimatization
- Huascaran National Park Entrance 65 soles
- Hotels Lima / Huaraz
- Meals and drinks in the city
- Additional taxes in cities